AceShowbiz - While Blac Chyna believed that the Kardashian-Jenner family conspired to get the second season of "Rob & Chyna" canceled, it's now said that E! never confirmed the show's season 2 in the first place. It is actually Blac's former manager/lawyer who makes the claims.
Walter Mosley was the latest to take the stand in the trial of Blac's defamation lawsuit against the famous clan. During his testimony on Wednesday, April 27, the lawyer claimed there was never a contractual agreement for season 2 of "Rob & Chyna".
Walter explained that the show began filming episodes for season 2 while filming season 1. However, the lawyer shared that neither he nor Blac received legal documentation confirming the network planned to produce future seasons.
He additionally revealed that he negotiated a $100,000 "kill fee" in the event that Blac was dropped as a talent from the network. He also added the video vixen star was paid $370,000 to film four episodes of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians".
In the second day of trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court, Chyna's attorney, Lynne Ciani, accused Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and Kris Jenner of conspiring to cancel "Rob & Chyna", which centered on Blac and her then-fiance Rob Kardashian, after its first season. Ciani also claimed that they tried to cover it up. "Chyna wanted to bring the 'real' back into reality TV and a real relationship has its ups and downs," Ciani argued. "Kris Jenner falsely told them [network executives and production] that Chyna beat the s**t out of Rob's face and asked to take her off the show."
Following the alleged altercation between Rob and Blac, Ciani said that the Kardashian-Jenners began their plan to sabotage the show. According to her, Kris messaged E! network and Bunim/Murray producers the following day in which she called Chyna "stupid" and "really ghetto," and suggested they should "ditch the b***h." The lawyer additionally claimed Kris, Kim, Kylie and Khloe emailed network executives numerous times to push the cancellation of sophomore season of "Rob & Chyna" with Kylie agreeing to film "Life of Kylie" to replace the show.
The famed family denied the accusations. The family claimed that they were trying to protect Rob from an abusive relationship he had with the video vixen. The family's lawyer Michael Rhodes went on to argue that the network was still considering to salvage the show but eventually decided to cancel it because Rob and Blac's relationship grew too toxic.